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Nikon could announce a replacement for the D7100 DSLR sometime within the next few months. Until then, the rumor mill has leaked the list of preliminary Nikon D7200 specs, which is said to include a brand new DX-format sensor made by Sony as well as a new and impressive autofocus sensor with 72 focus points.
Nikon may be working on a modular camera system. A Nikon smartphone camera patent has been leaked, pointing towards a camera that would allow users to add a smartphone into the device’s body in order to control it. This is unlike Sony’s lens-style cameras, but more like a combo between Ricoh GXR and a Samsung concept.
Fancy a new premium compact camera? How about the flagship Coolpix camera? The Nikon Coolpix A price has just been decreased in the US, allowing photographers to buy the compact shooter for under $700. This is a $400 reduction for an impressive camera that could be replaced sometime towards the beginning of 2015.
Nikon has failed to join Sony’s party of high-end compact cameras, despite the fact that Canon, Fujifilm, and Panasonic have all decided to join it. The good thing is that the rumor mill is claiming that the sought-after premium Nikon Coolpix compact camera with a 1-inch-type image sensor is in the works and is coming in early 2015.
Adobe has announced the availability of the Camera RAW 8.7 RC update for Photoshop CC and Photoshop CS6 users. The company has confirmed that several new cameras are supported in the latest version of Camera RAW. The list includes high-profile names, such as the Nikon D750, and the first E-mount lens-style camera: Sony QX1.
Dirk Jasper, Product Manager of Professional Products Planning Division at Nikon Europe, has defended the company’s policy of launching 1-inch-type MILCs because the devices are company and this is how they should be. However, the company’s representative has hinted that a Nikon professional mirrorless camera could happen one day.
As the Photokina 2014 event is getting closer, the big names are starting to show up. The next in line is the Nikon D750, a full frame DSLR which has been heavily rumored during the past few weeks. The camera employs a 24.3-megapixel sensor with an anti-aliasing filter and built-in WiFi, as well as an advanced autofocus technology.
Nikon continues its eventful day with the introduction of the AF-S Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G ED lens. This has become the company’s first wide-angle lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.8. Nikon’s new optic promises to deliver excellent image quality, as the internal design minimizes chromatic aberration, ghosting, and flare.
Nikon has been rumored to launch a new Speedlight as part of the Photokina 2014 event. Once again, the rumors have turned out to be true and the Nikon SB-500 Speedlight is official with a sleek feature. The flash includes an LED light, which will be illuminating your videos. The SB-500 Speedlight will be released this September.
Are you a selfie fan? Then this is the perfect compact camera for you! It is called Nikon Coolpix S6900 and it includes an articulated touchscreen as well as a built-in camera stand. Your selfies will never look as good as this, as you can take advantage of a 16-megapixel sensor and a 12x optical zoom lens with image stabilization support.
The big announcements have already started! This is natural as Photokina 2014 is only a few days away. However, the rumors are not stopping either. In the meantime, the Nikon D750 price has appeared on the web and this information has been accompanied by a more detailed specs list, pointing at an exciting camera.
A Nikon AF-S 20mm f/1.8G lens is rumored to become official along with the D750 DSLR camera on September 11 or 12. This wide-angle lens will be aimed at full frame cameras and will feature a Nano Crystal coating. The rumor mill has also had something to say about the D750 and the D610, the latter being close to be discontinued.
Nikon is expected to reveal the sought-after D700 successor within 10 days. A very reliable source, who has been right in the past, is claiming that the Nikon D750 announcement date will take place on September 11 or one day later, on September 12. The new DSLR will allegedly be placed somewhere between the D610 and D810.
Samyang has “somewhat” introduced a new lens. Although this product has not been listed on the company’s website, the brand new Rokinon 7.5mm f/8 RMC lens has been put up for pre-order at B&H PhotoVideo. Its specs are also listed, indicating a fisheye lens specially crafted for owners of Nikon 1-system mirrorless cameras.
As we are getting closer to the Photokina 2014 event, inside sources have leaked more Nikon D750 specs. The new information goes hand-in-hand with previously-leaked details that are pointing at an action camera. The D750 will borrow the focus system from the D810, but it will be considerably faster than its bigger sibling.
The whole world is excited about the Nikon D750, a DSLR camera which will be introduced sometime around Photokina 2014. The Japan-based company has other surprises in tow, as the Nikon SB-500 Speedlight Flash is reportedly in the works and will be launched as a replacement for the already-discontinued SB-400 flash gun.
Nikon will definitely announce a new DSLR camera with a full frame sensor at Photokina 2014. More details have been revealed about this device and it seems like it will be called Nikon D750. All information points to the fact that this DSLR will serve as a true D700 replacement, something that fans cannot say about the D800 series.
Nikon cannot catch a break! Most of the company’s recent DSLRs have been affected by problems, most notably the D600’s on-sensor dust / oil accumulation. Now, it appears that a Nikon D810 thermal noise issue is affecting some of the camera’s early adopters. However, Nikon has acknowledged the problem and is offering a solution.
The Nikon 1 V3 mirrorless camera is rumored to have been discontinued only a few months after its release on the market. The device is listed as such at Amazon UK, while the US branch of the same retailer is claiming that the 1 V3 is out of stock, but does not provide an estimated delivery date.
Nikon is rumored to launch a new DSLR that will sit between the D610 and the D810 models. The Df is a special DSLR and it seems like this new shooter will also be an unconventional model. According to highly-reliable sources, the device will be marketed as a Nikon action camera and it will come packed with amazing video features.